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Ail llttliuu MbJJ. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 18 January 1855

Ail llttliuu MbJJ. The rapid growth of northern Illinoiscwuroenced iat the conclusion of the warof 1812. 'l'W log huts! of the Indians suddenly disappeared, the sin »k • of • t!i'- wigwams uo loager ascended towards ihe heu- j i Ve ,y - ' . I I The rapid improvements commcncc<l by the white ; man, had driven them into the prairies, and their wigwams were no logger pitched in the vicinity o!" the towns, except when they came to barter their furs for goods. The music of the saw, uxj aud hammer had drive i the game far away. The Indian's land east of the Mississippi had already been ceded to government by treaty, and the [ red men only dwelt there, by the consent orgovern- : ment. When the Indians went away, 1 went with i them. I took up my quarters at the head waters ot hhe W ssel a, at the junction ,of two important I streams, tributaries to the great father of waters, and opened my store for trade. . After exposing my goods, in nil their Indian var'eties, iorsom 'd iy-. w...

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List of Letters [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 18 January 1855

List of Letters REjVAIjYI.YG at ADAM S <Sf COS LOS ANOSLiiS, JAXCARY 0, ISC'". A G' \rsaga. .Tunnn T? Ccnrzo. California • in.irillas, Feliciana ' Guillod, •V t-iii««>.*Loi'eto (ilai/.0, W.ares. Amador Gallardo, Felis Vl aruasano, Je.«m Gonzales, Antonio iilkin, Ciias M (iill, Nelson 1J Grcon, Waller ran Gutlired. I'eie otillo. Refugio ir linoh ir l. C Hernandez, J C ".jnnil, Hodkinson, F B C J haves, Pclro Johnson Johanna amp. Jin. K onner, 1' Ehvarl Kalesclv r, M. 3 o tman, John H L .Tamcron, Ewen L-renil, 1) Limilre, i.-, T'h'lip Lopera, Emllio (V.Vlruler. Arthur 3 Leach, James R ,unbar, Wm. II 2 I,infrnnco,uiovanbi .•eli-.Mc, Alex inlro L'-ng, Cbophus E I.o<trado. Anaclito ' Fjnrd, Mary Lane. * W v'calm.i , .'.idttuel 2 I.ecomte, .uriqacM, Manuel Larco. I'reetreop F Liriirne. error, E M M •\>ey, Clin •. F Miller. RF rourcade. Jean MaiM! St 'onliire :-;:tnre. I'eter 2 M~-\ Manuel 'ord. John Marcus, Barrlch •arjon, li>nry M.il...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 18 January 1855

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 18 January 1855

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 18 January 1855

J?;m inn isto* SECOND CALIFORNIA All'l-UMON. AT " DUNCAN'S CHINESE SALEROOMS, San Francisco. 3,000 Costly ami Beautiful Articles Valued at $85,C00 2 SHAKES ONE DOLLAR EACH. Distribution, January 15, 1855. CATALOGUES will be issued in a few rtavs, embracing" the handsomest arrav of goods ever offered by our firm A $5,000 INGOT OF GOLD! Will be r* i( ' for I—being the fine painting of PSYCHE and AMOIR. No. a,OOO is a solid GOLD TRUMPET, and placed at it mported cost, $4,000. There me ulso comrrised in twgj collection SUI'EIIB DIAMOND WORK, SOLID SILVER SETS, COSTLY WATCHES. GCLD MANUFACTURED GOODS. SILVER GOBLETS AND SALVERS, (mode from coinl. CLOCKS, PAINTINGS, £<?. No articlo In the Catalogue will be of a less value than SlO. KJi" Tickets can be had of WM. B. OSBTJRN, Agent, decl4 Los Angeles. of i'. n. ccinii s, r GUJT, LOCK & WHITE SJifJTH LOCKS MAI E AND repaired. k "T/ Sa'.arr.andcr Safes Opened. All Work Warranted. Also, constantly on hand and for sale,al...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

Cos Angeles Star. VOL. 4. LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1855. m 37.

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ptisttllnrnj, Mr. T.ntlinur* S|wcrh> [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

ptisttllnrnj, Mr. T.ntlinur* S|wcrh> Iii tho Hounc ofJlcprosiuitaiivus, when lb«i death ol' Hon. Prtsdey Ewing, a mombcr of the Uouhe, was announced, Mr. Latham.. of California, rtwe and paid: To U»c wMi of Die Kanincky, dolugation.thul 1 >ljuiild participate in thi* oldation to oar dejparteil ik.-McUttc, my own heart oioutaI'uI aoquiescenco. Hut four .short months ago wo touk uiiU by ilia hniul at and "God speed. 1 ' Utile dreaming of tin 1 journey ho was jy<»liitr on. or that the chilly hand of death was to come between him und our weleoni" l»uok, Secure In tb».« orange canfidenois with which mortality inoeks her word I y minded children. no pamlng thought admonished tw that his hriglit eye would so soon to <limmud*— that Ills hearty, jovial luugh would l«t.b«tmi 110 iuoxo among us. Our linn of vUlon IVAi'.hed wtlkalf for; l»at we lllBDHiml distnuco only with our hopes, The death of I'rwilcj l'wing comes nearer homo lo individual-! In th...

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Influence of Ip-litiKureVjion tlio Umrrnl IliteHoli of (lie Fci)|ili'. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

Influence of Ip-litiKureVjion tlio Umrrnl IliteHoli of (lie Fci)|ili'. The intrinsic ana comparative importance of agriculture and kindred pursuits will be more justly appreciated, when the generosity of thinkiug men shall have duly considered its influence upon the Social, Civil aud Pecuniary interests of the American people. The civilization of the soil is eminently peaceful. and tranquiliziug. in its effects—conducing to the promotion of health, and to the augmentation of happiness. Of course this is said in reference to those who know how to think, how to labor and how to enjoy. But we can never realize the peaceful influence of rural employments, until we have been abroad, into the great busy world, to observe the fierce conflicts of antagonistic interests, the stern grappling of mind with mind, the overweening love of gain, the petty tricks of trade, the low resorts of meanness, or the hazardous schemes of reckless villainy, which contaminate and curse the very atmosphere of'•...

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ItuuvtuMiu iiiitivt utniMK-— >J<nu rurmrr. Anytlan Fnlnco. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

ItuuvtuMiu iiiitivt utniMK-— &amp;gt;J&amp;lt;nu rurmrr. Anytlan Fnlnco. Assyrian falacc*. Mr. Layard thus graphically- describes the spectacle which, in days of old, met the eye of those who entered the abode of the Assyrian kiugs: ••He was ushered.in [through the portal guarded by the colossal lions or bulls of white alabaster.— In the first hall he found himself surrounded by the sculptured records of the empire. Battles, sieges, triumphs, the exploits of the chase, the ceremonies of religion, were portrayed on the walls—sculptured in alabaster, and painted in gorgeous colors. Under each picture were engraved, in characters filled up with bright coppei, inscriptions describing the scenes represented. Above the sculptures were painted other events—the king. attended by -his vmiuohsaHd warders, receiving his prisoners, entering into alliances with i other monarch?, or performing some sacred duty. The representations were enclosed in colored borders of elaborate and elegant ...

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Vnrloua Items. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

Vnrloua Items. I?su A judicious system of advertising is snid and acknowledged to be the lever of business. A woman has been arrested in Fhlladclph in, who confesses to having imir&amp;amp;red Ave of her children. r Or- If dress makes the man, wbatdees the tailor make? From ten to twenty del lacs prwlit, porhapn. v A lady was a-fl'rwited the other day l»ceause u gentleman aeeoated her as iui old ao(ju»intance. TS.'" Daring the recent, session of the Vermont Legislature, Miss Lucy Stone teceired seven votca for the office of Brigadier General of Militia. I'llii.ohoiht.— Experiment &amp;lt;r! philosophy—Aska man In lend you money. .Vorul philosophy— Refusing to doit. A yonngster on coming borne front his first term at. a boarding school, and Inking asked what he had been fed on, replied, multiplicnliou table hashed, and stewed substractioii. The first piece ef artillery won invented by a German, soon after the invention ol gunpowder, and artHlery was first used by the Moors at...

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The Rocky Cnnoii Trnfjcdy once More. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

The Rocky Cnnoii Trnfjcdy once More. Tin; Mountain Democrat jTlaoerrille) publishes the following letter from Capt. Davis, the hero of the twonty-seven-bullet-and-cloyen-men-slain story. If the whole affair he a humbug'—a " sell,"' as fast people would call it, or a " lie,as alow folk would name it—the redoubtable Captain. is pleased to persist in his statements. There is nothing liko sticking to a thing, Right or wrong—stick to it. Thus consistency aud the admiration of others ure gained, The Democrat says that the Baron Munch —Capt. Davis, we mean, has requested it to sta.to that, if therebejj,uy persons still skeptical, he, the Captain, stands prepared to take them to the uppt where the fight took place, and show Ihein the graves of the robbers, as well as those of his unfortunate companions, Dr. Sparks aijd M. McDonald. His letter is as follows : pLACEitvii.r.K, January 4,18&amp;gt;5. Editor Dkmocuat :—Though scarcely able to leave a bed of sickness, it may not be amiss that...

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A Hap at the Women I [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

A Hap at the Women I J\ it up ni iiif u oim-ii i The Chnmbcrsburg Whig thus castigntce the gentler sex: •' But," respond the ladies, " hare you nothing to say of the growing follies ot men? —of your tobacco-chewing, smoking, drinking, indolent lords of cre:rtionV Certainly, we have, and do not start when we say that they owe much of it to Woman. We need but see the young men of a place to judge correctly of the tone of the femalo society, for in no instance do they fail to correspond. It is a painful retiexion, when we see the heroes of society in the midnight debauch, that such morals have "the high sanction of Woman, that she on whom the crushing blow of intemperance has jgo often fallen, making her home desolate and her children beggars, can smile at the recital of a drunken frolic, and welcome to her society the muddy brain and unsteady nerves which have just been sobered. We involuntarily think ot Woman, too, when we hear thclprofano oath and obscene jest of those whorauk high ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

justness Caxiw. Albt-rt H. Clurlt, LTTOIUfEY AND COUNSRfcLOR AT LAW, Main street, in N'icliul'4 Vow B lilding, L'rt* Angeles. janll-tf Iv. U. DliumlcU, LTTQtNBY AT LAW AVI) VOTARY PUBLIC, Tom pie'i n til lings, Mvin street. I.&amp;lt;&amp;gt;s Angelos. nov'2 Iv C. B Carr T r ORNKY AND COUN.-sfILLOR AT ;.AW City of Los Jiitui C&amp;gt;. Nlclials, S i nOCERY AND PROVISION STORE, at his Old Stand o * X Main street, l/os Angeles. au.'ll tl' Mattlicw Lnnfrnnco DEALER IN PROVISIONS. CItOCKUIKS Calle fix Ins Nngros. Los Angeles. Cua*. R. Johnson. 11. S. Alla.vso.v •Tolmsou &amp;lt;Si Allanson, »ramm to Alaxaivler &amp;lt;t■ MJUix, SALE AVI) RETAIL DEALERS IN" GENERAL W MERCHANDISE. Mai C. Ducnmmmi, WATCHMAKER AND BOOKSELLER, Commercial street Los Angles. .(78 If Lnzavrt &amp;lt;&amp;amp; Krcmrr, rMPORTERS. AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IV FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. CLOTinVG IDOL'S, SHOES, HATS, kc., corner of Melius' Row. Los An plm. ivis Iv ALEXANDERS &...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

Jfor „§;ik or ,iunt. To Ufiit, I OK A won OF :&amp;lt;\x IK INTI1S-, tho NiMfpfi j«y» oraupMUjr th« Ti«n&amp;lt;ta &amp;lt;lr China, LMmII &amp;amp; 'o., nu l'iltui||i*t »I rent. Apply on J In- fiycui&amp;gt;iu-». jnnlX-tf FOK 8AUB Oil KHIVT. TOE HOf8f A Mi S1V»RK NOW OCCTHFJI HV * iiil Sun Jlnldlrt r.-ntnlniinj *U riM.iuu, fdnacontty b.ratvi, .unl well aitaploit f«.r I a iitvvrii -if u «lure ami The Almtft prn'IHt'.v will bo nvl'l or mi r'-ry iT.&amp;gt;-&amp;gt;n(uhtn t«-nii&amp;lt;i. For further liiO&amp;gt;nnntioa tipply to tin; rfnbsetlbi-r ur ct tlit* ntnuu. jnn4-4&amp;gt;» , A.. Vf. LVVK | 1'or Snlo at PntiUi; Am iiuu. 12 LARGE AV AGOXS ViriLL l M «I&amp;gt; FKniU AllY l-i ,u Al«amlvi f. Umi »V olujf*i»»l mu'ewuk \.M, f'ahv&amp;gt;un vniiluc a vn»-fcvi bu ac«"ii«mii.lut.!.| by ii|il Ij In# iniuiuuialaly iu • ft. y intXiiflia tovrtll t„-i»Ut-nfn VOOOJI OITOKTlMTY ill jiiTuri'il it. ot i lu.lu-.t. tmi«i wrrKJii to n*IH &amp;lt...

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Municipal Election. nil Hnv An Kli'rfinn will be held .it the MaVOr's [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

Municipal Election. nil Hnv An Kli'rfinn will be held .it the MaVOr's Cos j\n&amp;lt;)cf&amp;lt;s Sfrtt. THURSDAY, JANUARY M, 18*&amp;gt;5. This day an Election will be held at the Mayor s office, to fill the vaeancy. occasioned by the resignation of the Hon. S. G. Foster, aud also for City Marsh al. Mri Foster is again a" candidate for the Mayoralty, and as there is no opposition, it must be considered as an earnest that our citizens are willing to sustain him in the course he has thought proper to pursue heretofore. ForfCity Marshal thece are a host of candidates, many of them good men "and true, who, we have no doubt if elected, will perform the duties of the office with honor and ability.

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Wagon lloada. liaa )utan lirrta Anil mrvntlr [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

Wagon Roads. &amp;lt;&amp;gt; There has been large and enthusiastic meetings held in San Francisco, Sacramento, Stockton, and many other places, to devise ways and means to establish a Wagon Road across the plains, connecting thereby the Valley of the Mississippi with California. Now we have no objection to advance to a Wagon Road if our Northern friends will so far divest themselves of sectional feeling, as to advocate the building of said road on the most practicable and feasible route, taking into consideration that the road should be constructed so as to be made available and secure for winter as well as summer travel. We can tell by straws which way the wind blows, and we are constrained to believe that the North are inclined to throw us off entirely, or at least keep the Southern portion of the State, if possible, in the back ground. ¶ The proposed route and for which the aid of the Western and South-Western States is solicited is from Independence to the Eastern limit...

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Senatorial Election. 1j Br ft Telezranhic dosnatah as Into «■> •>. nV!n»i- [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

Senatorial Election. 1j Br ft Telezranhic dosnatah as Into «■&amp;gt; •&amp;gt;. nV!n»i- nj a iciegrapnio despatch as lato as 2 o'clock T. M. on tho 20th inst., to the S. F. Eoening Journal, there had been no choice for Senator. The fallowing is the result of the seventeenth ballot : Gwin Edwards '35 McCorkle t jg Broderick ' 12 McDougal 1 Scattering ' 4 Mr. t lint moved that the joint convention now adjourn to meet at 12 u. on Tuesday next—carried, yeas 64 : nays 43. Senate re-assembled, and without further business, adjournal to meet at II a. m. on Monday. The Assembly adjourned to Monday at 11 o'clock. Thus has there been seventeon ballotiogs without producing any result. This voting at random by many of the members will settle down probably on , eome of tho most popular candidates. We are sur- , prised, however, to see so much disaffection among our Southern members, as each one seera6 to have a caudidate of bis own. We did expect more union and harmony in our delegation...

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ARRIVAL OP THE OOLIAH. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

ARRIVAL OP THE OOLIAH. j The steamer Goliah, Captain Erskine, arrived j j at San Pedro on Tuesday morning, bringing dates ; i from San Francisco to the 20th inst., and New j York dates of the 20th ult. No New Orleans pa- j pers had been received when the Goliah left.— The Goliah had on board an unusually large num- j ber of passengers and a heavy freight, a large amount of which will be landed at San Pedro. A j company of miners also came down on the Goliah, en route for the Kern River mines, who will proceed as soon as the necessary outfit is completed in •thia city. A .synopsis of the news taken from the papers brought by her will be found in to-day's , j Paper. I

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